These are a combination of japanese style brushwork and doodles with pen.
These paintings are inspired by scales, tiles, and other geometric repeats. The whitespace is retained by careful painting — no tape or other separators were used.
These paintings were inspired by patterns found in nature — shells, fallen leaves on a path, ripples in a pond or eddies in a river.
A blend of japanese-style brushwork and western accent elements, the abstracts collection lends itself to surface design really well. However, these pieces initially were created as greeting cards for friends and family.
These were drawn using Tria architecture pens on Crane cotton paper. I made these as correspondence cards for my father.
These illustrations were made in late 2014. They're a combination of highlighter and felt pen, and were done in a moleskine notebook.
These figures are influenced by classic Japanese brush painting techniques, but with a whimsical twist.